July, 2007

Hey from Denver, IA!

We’re more than half way across Iowa! Yesterday was a tough day – it was in the mid-90s for much of the 70-mile ride. Don Hooper took a header when …

Ride On

   Remember what it was like to ride your bike on a hot summer day in late July? And how great jumping in the swimming pool felt, or eating a …

Governors Address Climate Change

At the National Governors Association meeting last weekend climate change was at the center of conversation with a focus on how states can take action to mitigate the negative effects …

Bush Weighs Range of Emission Caps

President Bush may be beginning to take a more serious look at a mandatory cap-and-trade system despite opposition from the Vice President and others. Read more here.

Man-Made Global Warming Increases Rainfall

The current flooding experienced in the UK and earlier this summer in the Great Plains is due to man-made global warming, a new study finds.  Read more here.

Hey from Hampton, IA

Today was a busy day in Iowa. After leaving Eagle Grove, we rode east through more farm towns. In one town, I ran into a Clinton ’08 campaign booth. I …

NWF CEO and President Larry Schweiger Visits Greenland

NWF CEO and President Larry Schweiger has just returned from a trip to Greenland to witness global warming firsthand. Check out the three short videos below which were recorded on …

Hello from Eagle Grove. IA

What a trip so far! I’m at the Eagle Grove library getting online for a few minutes. I didn’t get a chance to get to a computer Monday, so here’s …

Global Warming in Greenland, DAY 3

English Scientists Confirm the Link Between Global Warming and Heavy Rainfall

The Independent has the story: It’s official: the heavier rainfall in Britain is being caused by climate change, a major new scientific study will reveal this week, as the country …

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